Thursday, 14 December 2017

Wild Dogs

Indian Wild Dog
Wherever I travel on safari, a Wild Dog sighting is always guaranteed to create an extra buzz with Safari guests. 
Whether it’s Africa or India, when there are Wild dogs around the level of excited anticipation rises up to Tiger, Leopard and Lion levels.
And so it was when traveling back towards the entrance gate in Kanha Nation Park one morning, after a great five hour game drive. Earlier we’d tracked and found a Tigress and her four cubs, and seen a myriad of other creatures, now all thoughts were on a celebratory early lunch and a siesta. All that changed when we heard about this mating pair. 
Pair of Indian Wild Dogs
Cameras  came back out of bags, and heads were spinning in all directions searching for these illusive animals. Which dutifully appeared right at the last minute 500 meters from the gate. Fantastic. 
African Wild Dog
Join us on safari in India or Africa 

Sunday, 10 December 2017


New for 2018, we are now able to offer a beach holiday in  Zanzibar. The perfect place to end your African safari.

And the best news of all, our newsletter subscribers can enjoy discounted rates in this idyllic beach location, when added to any of our African safaris.

We have partnered with a local family run business offering their privately owned collection of beautiful luxury hotels and resorts. Each has been inspired by the magic of Zanzibar and all are located on the Eastern side of the island away from the crowds.
As they say  'astunning recluse for the discerning traveler and a sanctuary for those in search of tranquility … a place to stimulate the senses and to experience the very best of the magical island of Zanzibar".
Alongside stunning beaches and luxurious accommodation, you can also enjoy a range of water sports, stunning spas and an affiliated PADI 5 star Dive Center. And if you would like to learn more about local culture and the history of Zanzibar (the Spice Island), we can also offer guided trips on the Island.
As ever our newsletter subscribers are eligible for discounted rates. Email Carol for more information.

Village visit India

Wednesday afternoon is traditionally market day in India’s tribal villages. 
In these rural communities the Wednesday market is the day for shopping. No supermarkets here. Folks walk for miles to shop once per week, buying anything from local fresh products to toys and clothes. 
For our safari guests, a visit to a buzzing local market offers a great opportunity to mingle with local people and see local culture that hasn’t changed for centuries.
Be there. Join one of our Indian safaris in 2018

Thursday, 7 December 2017

Special safari deals in 2018

Before we enter the traditionally busy season for selling holidays, we're offering you the first option on 2018 safari deals.
We have special safari deals available for ten day safaris on the following dates:
Sunday 15th April
Saturday 12th May
Sunday 3rd June
Thursday 5th July
Wednesday 18th July
Email Carol for more information on our ten day safari deals

Sunday, 3 December 2017

Snow leopard safari Feb 2019

Will Fox will be leading our first snow leopard safari in February 2019 and as ever we're offering our newsletter subscribers the first option to register your interest in joining this truly amazing safari in the Ladakh Himalaya region of India.

Will has recruited a team of very experienced local guides and naturalists who understand the terriane and behaviours of these magnificent cats, and best of all, over the last three years haven't failed to find snow leopards, so we'll be in good hands.

This trip starts in Delhi, from where we fly up to Lea, to spend a few days acclimatising and sightseeing. Learning more about the culture and history of this amazing location area, before we set off on a five day trek in search of Snow Leopards. After our time in the mountains, we'll fly down to central India for a there day Tiger safari, on this exclusive and unique big cat experience.
To register your interest for this safari you just need to Email Carol and she will be in touch.

Sunday, 26 November 2017

Become a camera trapper and help support leopard research

You can help to support our work in leopard conservation, by becoming a camera trapper member.
Each month you will receive a selection of the 'best of' images taken by our network of camera traps.
You will receive exclusive images that are not published elsewhere.
Become a camera trapper today
We only use photographs that have been taken by our guests on safari to promote On Track Safaris.
After all what could be a better testament?
In this case the images are courtesy of Bruce Cardwell who was on safari with us in September.

You can be there with us on safari in 2018.